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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting Request - Operation Lightning Thunder

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SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING REQUEST - OPERATION LIGHTNING THUNDER

1. Pursuant to the Leahy and Foreign Assistance Acts, post
requests assistance in screening the following Ugandan national.
The candidate is invited to participate in Operation Lightning
Thunder. Post has reviewed its files and found no derogatory
information on this individual.

2. Biographical details are as follows:

RANK: Colonel

NAME: Emmanuel Rwasande

DATE OF BIRTH: January 6,1960

PLACE OF BIRTH: Rakai, Uganda

POSITION: Commander

3. Post appreciates Department assistance in reviewing this vetting
request.
LANIER

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